Tripod Jar with Costumed Bat-Man

Tripod Jar with Costumed Bat-Man

AD 500-800
Culture
Greater Nicoya
Country
Costa Rica
Style/Tradition
Carrillo Polychrome
effigy
["Modeled tan clay with orange and cream slips, pigments (black and red), incision, and applique.","There are definitive connections\/associations with contemporaneous Tola Trichrome being produced in Nicaragua buring the Bagaces period (AD 500-800), part
Gift of Frederick and Jan Mayer
1993.728
. Tripod Jar with Costumed Bat-Man. AD 500-800. ["Modeled tan clay with orange and cream slips, pigments (black and red), incision, and applique.","There are definitive connections\/associations with contemporaneous Tola Trichrome being produced in Nicaragua buring the Bagaces period (AD 500-800), part. Gift of Frederick and Jan Mayer. 1993.728.
Dimensions
height: 20 1/4 in, 51.4350 cm; width: 15 1/2 in, 39.3700 cm; depth: 11 in, 27.9400 cm
Department
Mayer Center, Art of the Ancient Americas
Collection
Art of the Ancient Americas

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